Visit Czech sights virtually!
Although most of the famous castles and chateaux in the Czech Republic are still closed for visitors, you can visit some of them from the comfort of your home. The Czech Republic has made all its UNESCO sights as well as some other interesting places virtually accessible.
The entire capital city is covered by Google Street View. If you feel like going over the Charles Bridge or exploring the Prague Castle without tourists around you, try it out. Another option how to enjoy the Prague Castle is via Virtualtravel.
Kutná Hora is a city located in the Central Bohemia. It is on the UNESCO list mainly for its astonishing gothic centre. Another interesting spot of the town is the Ossuary. Check it out.
South Bohemian Český Krumlov is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Czech Republic. Situated on the Vltava River, it has a romantic city centre. You can stroll through the city via Google Street View or explore the interiors of the renaissance Chateau.
The castle near Prague built by Charles IV offers a pleasant tour not only around itself, but also gives you a possibility to enjoy views of the surrounding countryside. Take a look!
Hluboká nad Vltavou Chateau
Hluboká is another South Bohemian gem. It is often considered the most beautiful Chateau of the Bohemia. You can visit the chateau virtually on this link: https://www.czechtourism.com/n/virtual-czech-sights/.
If you would like to explore more of the Czech Republic from the comfort of your home, visit https://www.czechtourism.com/czech-republic-from-safe-social-distance/ and check out the variety of videos, virtual tours and podcasts brought to you by Czech Tourism.
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